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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post


OK then so don't keep posting pics and asking for people's opinions. 




and I am sure people are litten up. 

At least enough to laugh at you. 
Sorry I have to choose between three languages to speak and three other dialects. I can't perfect them all. While your intelligence with the English language , I can cuss you out in six different ways but I won't. I'm still too busy trying to perfect the other 2 language since it may not be gramatticaly correct for yourself. And for the guy who ask his wifes opinion about me getting enough pussy? Really you asked your wife? Enough said.. Lol
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Originally Posted by twinsdad View Post


Sorry I have to choose between three languages to speak and three other dialects. I can't perfect them all. While your intelligence with the English language , I can cuss you out in six different ways but I won't. I'm still too busy trying to perfect the other 2 language since it may not be gramatticaly correct for yourself. And for the guy who ask his wifes opinion about me getting enough pussy? Really you asked your wife? Enough said.. Lol

Lululululuululululul 

 

 

 

Def Comedy Jams hahahahahahahhahahha

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Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post

Us Australians might have a funny way of speaking most of the time to much of the outside world but I don't understand a thing you just said. It's no English I've ever heard.

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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

and I don't doubt u get more pussy than I do. I only get one...


from
my
wife. 
really you asked your wife about a freaking forum thread? Lol enough said. Lol
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Its been great being here tonight. As much as I want to stay here longer, I must go to bed. Mga gago naman kayo rito eh. Sayang lang ang oras ko. Hindi man ako makahibalo sang ugali ninyo mga buang. Adios amigos, Buena's tardes hermanos en Hermanas. Till I see you guys maybe next week when I feel like lurking again. Adios!
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Originally Posted by Isolation View Post

Do people not like the color/item combination of the outfit (too matchy?) or the cut of the jacket? I honestly really liked both. I even like the pocket square fold tbh.

Jacket is too short and way too pinched in the waist. Looks like an equestrian jacket for women. The proportions are just too extreme for CM or CW even considering your androgynous leanings.
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Thanks guys.
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Thread Starter 

My priorities are as follows:

a) do this for the hobby

b) do this for the pictures

c) do this for the circle jerk with you guys

y) do this for the women, especially as the happily married Mrs. C thinks I look better in jeans and a sweater

 

I know the dude is gone, but I just wanted y'all to know, I value the circle jerk. Builds camaraderie. Except for GMMcL. Very calloused hands, that man.

 

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Iso, I am not bothered by your fits so much as I am bothered by your pictures, both in quality and in framing.

 

I can get down with the androgynous silhouette as long as it isn't too small. That's actually too small. I think you can get the same effect, especially given your naturally dramatic drop, with slightly less waist suppression.

 

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Have we had any good (in attitude) new posters of late? I feel there have been a couple low-post count, low-communication members that have posted some good fits of late.

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Day three of "back to the office", and the weather in NYC has morphed from snow to rain - for the moment, at least.

Suit - BB
Shirt - Chester Barrie, via Austin Reed (part of the swag from the recent vacation)
Tie - Charvet
Cufflinks - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
PS - Robert Talbott
Shoes - Stefano Branchini, via Bergdorf Goodman
Raincoat - Burberry
Scarf - Zegna
Hat - Weatherproof


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Lifestyle photo - from the cafe of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
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@upr_crust your lifestyle photos are always a joy to behold. Such elegance.
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Upper Crust, was it photo day or has Sitchy inspired you to have a photographer follow you around? 

I like that photo, just wish that the table was gone and a small aperture was used. The area is great for environmental portraits 

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Originally Posted by arnathor View Post

Upper Crust, was it photo day or has Sitchy inspired you to have a photographer follow you around? 


I like that photo, just wish that the table was gone and a small aperture was used. The area is great for environmental portraits 

As it is, the "lifestyle" photo was taken by my partner with his Canon G1X, which is the same camera which I use every day for my postings. There is a lot to be said for sitting next to an open window with filtered light - that Johannes Vermeer guy may have been onto something with his use of this lighting scheme.

As for the table, I'm glad that it wasn't gone - I needed a place for my lunch! happy.gif
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GMM is an attorney, no callouses with him. UrbanC, however, is a a union electrician...hands like sand paper.

Also, I'm wondering if Twins might be 38R's kin.
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

My priorities are as follows:
a) do this for the hobby
b) do this for the pictures
c) do this for the circle jerk with you guys
y) do this for the women, especially as the happily married Mrs. C thinks I look better in jeans and a sweater

I know the dude is gone, but I just wanted y'all to know, I value the circle jerk. Builds camaraderie. Except for GMMcL. Very calloused hands, that man.


Iso, I am not bothered by your fits so much as I am bothered by your pictures, both in quality and in framing.

I can get down with the androgynous silhouette as long as it isn't too small. That's actually too small. I think you can get the same effect, especially given your naturally dramatic drop, with slightly less waist suppression.


Have we had any good (in attitude) new posters of late? I feel there have been a couple low-post count, low-communication members that have posted some good fits of late.
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Originally Posted by upr_crust View Post


As it is, the "lifestyle" photo was taken by my partner with his Canon G1X, which is the same camera which I use every day for my postings. There is a lot to be said for sitting next to an open window with filtered light - that Johannes Vermeer guy may have been onto something with his use of this lighting scheme.

As for the table, I'm glad that it wasn't gone - I needed a place for my lunch! happy.gif

Some want to critique fits, I want to critique photos! Good photography, regardless.

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Originally Posted by LilacCords View Post
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You achieve a sense of balance by having no buttons at all on the other sleeve, right?

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Originally Posted by arnathor View Post
 

Upper Crust, was it photo day or has Sitchy inspired you to have a photographer follow you around? 

I like that photo, just wish that the table was gone and a small aperture was used. The area is great for environmental portraits 

 

A number of people (I am one) requested some 'life style' photos from his recent visit to Vienna.  Based on his previous photos of this sort, we knew we'd be in for a treat.

 

I'm hoping we'll get more.

 

Thanks, upr_crust.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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